Presentation Guidelines

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Presentation Guidelines - We will have 4-6 presentations to get through each class, so you must keep to your time limit: 5-7 minutes. - Give a very brief summary of your Greek myth, or just say which one you are talking about if we’ve just read it in class. Give a page reference in the Powell book so we can look it up, but don’t waste more than 20 or 30 seconds of your presentation time recapping a myth that we already know. - Identify the title, creator, and time period of your modern interpretation. Contextualize the historical background of your example. - Bring in pictures or a quick Powerpoint of your modern myth. If it is a song or video, let us know how we can go listen/watch ourselves, but do not play more than a minute clip. Pick the very most important part to share; we can watch on our own. - Highlight the differences between the ancient and modern myth – this is a good place to spend some time reminding us what your ancient myth is.
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2011 for the course 20E 112 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '09 term at University of Iowa.

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